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  • Explore new markets, train manpower to boost remittance: experts

    Remittance has been on the rise in recent years riding on an annual export of more than 7 lakh economic migrants since 2016 – in a development that has helped the government manage the economy smoothly.
  • Borrowing from banks doubles

    The government borrowed a staggering amount from banks last fiscal year mainly due to the ongoing economic crisis brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, a development that is poised for a macroeconomic imbalance in the country.
  • Dhaka Bank shapeshifting with pandemic

    When the majority of banks are struggling to survive from the ongoing financial meltdown brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, Dhaka Bank has introduced a novel banking product that will help clients open their account from home.
  • Sonali Bank seeks Tk 10,000cr to meet BASEL III requirements

    State-run Sonali Bank has sought about Tk 10,000 crore as regulatory capital from the government in order to implement the BASEL III guidelines.
  • Banks’ looming salary cuts: far-sighted or self-seeking?

    Opportunism. That is what comes to mind when one hears of the move by the Bangladesh Association of Banks (BAB), an organisation of sponsors of private banks, to usher in salary cuts for their staffs.